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Easy and fast to make. Keep them frozen for quick, filling lunches. These are "Teenager Friendly".
"Make these on a weekend and freeze them for quick weekday breakfast. They're even better with a bit of sausage gravy on top."- promfh
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Bake the biscuits according to package directions. (350 for 15 mins)
Slice sausage into 8 parts and flatten each portion into a pattie about the diameter of a biscuit.
Fry the sausage until brown and crisp on both side. Remove and drain on paper towels.
Divide each cheese slice into quarters.
Open each biscuit and place 2 quarters of cheese, a sausage pattie, and two more quarters of cheese in each one.
Place on a cookie sheet and freeze them. Then place them in baggies and store frozen.
To serve, pop one in the microwave for 60-90 seconds and it's ready.
Each sandwich contains an estimated:
Cals: 450, FatCals: 288, TotFat: 32g
SatFat: 10g, PolyFat: 6g, MonoFat: 6g
Chol: 50mg, Na: 700mg, K: 400mg
TotCarbs: 26g, Fiber: 0g, Sugars: 2g
NetCarbs: 26g, Prot: 15g
These are NOT diet snacks. I made them for a friend with two teenage boys. The guys loved them.
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promfh 3 years agoMake these on a weekend and freeze them for quick weekday breakfast. They're even better with a bit of sausage gravy on top.
promfh 7 years agoThese are NOT diet snacks. I made them for a friend with two teenage boys. The guys loved them. [I posted this recipe.]